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NomadicAssassin
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26 May 2009, 11:36 am

Ok so my parents are doing some really in a polite way foolish things latley, they just aren't getting it that when im telling that there is an easier way, that means they're doing it wrong, what is it with parents NT ones and having to know more than there children?


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27 May 2009, 4:54 am

I constantly nag my mom and she never listens! It seems the older a person gets the more set in their ways they get. You get used to "Your way" and it becomes ritual and you do without thought. When your little baby contradicts your way (a way that works) its annoying! And so, stuborness sets in! Try being sneaky and teach without them realizing it!


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27 May 2009, 4:59 am

I thought you meant how to tell them you're aspie! My Dad wasn't happy when he heard my son's diagnoses, he said, "but he's no different from you at that age," then lectured me about labelling people, and said I would develop a victim complex, and he didn't want to hear me come out with any more of this stuff.

It might, when I think about it, just be easier to not say anything. :roll:



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27 May 2009, 5:02 am

Sorry if I've derailed the thread in record time by the way.



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27 May 2009, 8:22 am

Oh, no your fine, i've thought about that option a couple of times also, just letting it go.


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